Should Seattle Mandate That Construction Companies Hire Locally?
This Saturday, at 11 a.m. at Columbia City's Southside Commons Auditorium, a small social justice coalition will launch a bold campaign to change construction hiring practices in Seattle by proposing legislation mandating that publicly-contracted construction projects hire from the neighborhoods in which they build .
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#1 Mar 22, 2013
Sure, why not. But let's make sure they don't have to work too hard, OK? I mean, it really is a crime already that folks gotta be working for a living.
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